|Statement||edited by Maurits Lindstro m and Willi Ziegler.|
|Series||Geologica et pal©Œontologica ; SB. 1, Geologica et pal©Œontologica -- 1.|
|Contributions||Lindstro m, Maurits., Ziegler, Willi.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||158 p. :|
|Number of Pages||158|
Rasmussen, J.A. 05 Ol: Conodont biostratigraphy and taxonomy of the Ordovician shelf margin deposits in the Scandinavian Caledonides. Fossils and Strata, No. 48, pp. Denmark. ISSN ISBN The Lower and Middle Ordovician (upper Tremadoc -lower Caradoc) succession in the Lower. Translating taxonomy into the evolution of conodont feeding ecology Carlos Martínez-Pérez1,2*, Emily J. Rayfield2, Hector Botella1, and Philip C.J. Donoghue2* 1Department of Geology, University of Valencia, Valencia , Spain 2School of Earth Sciences, University of . Fordham, B. G. Advantages of Comprehensive Taxonomy for routine systematic documentation in conodont biostratigraphy. In: Hunicken, M. A. (Ed.), First Latin. Symposium on Conodont Biostratigraphy. Edited by Walter C. Sweet and Stig M. Bergstrom Conodonts, conodont biostratigraphy and correlation of the .
The taxonomy is based on multielement species, where such can be established. The multielement species are defined on morphologic and statistical criteria, as well as on the pattern of evolution. The taxonomic approach allows a more "natural" classification on the suprageneric level than the form-taxonomy previously used for this material. 1 GSA Data Repository Translating taxonomy into the evolution of conodont feeding ecology Carlos Martínez-Pérez1,2, Emily J. Rayfield2, Hector Botella1,and Philip C.J. Donoghue2 1Department of Geology, University of Valencia (Valencia, Spain); ez- [email protected]; [email protected] Taxonomy, ecology, and identity of conodonts: proceedings of the Third European Conodont Symposium (ECOS III) in Lund, 30th August to 1st September, Pseudofurnishius is a late Anisian (Pelsonian)—early Carnian (Cordevolian) conodont genus of gondolellid stock, characteristic for the Sephardic Province and restricted to the “Southern Tethys” region of the northern margin of Gondwana. Its most commonly found species, Pseudofurnishius murcianus, appears at the base of the Ladinian (Fassanian). The Ladinian material of Spain reveals its.